Blue Mountains Private Tour


Blue Mountains is an UNESCO World Heritage listed national park located west of Sydney. It is a must-go destination for anyone travels to Sydney. The national park has diverse range of flora and fauna, home to more than 400 species of animals, including kangaroos, koalas, dingos and more. Blue Mountain private tour offers stunning views over Three Sisters, towering cliffs and other spectacular attractions in Blue Mountain National Park.

Blue Mountains derives its name from the blue tinge that is often seen in the area. The mountain range is covered by dense eucalyptus trees which are rich in oil. Under direct sunlight, oil droplets are released from the leaves and form a blue haze that blankets the mountains. Marvel at the natural wonders of Three Sisters, Wentworth Falls and Govetts Leap; revel in the stunning views at Echo Point, sheer clifftops and panorama of Jamison Valley; catch Scenic World Cableway, Skyway or Tramway to admire the incredible sandstone formations.

  • Featherdale Wildlife Park (Optional)

  • Echo Point

  • Three Sisters

  • Scenic World

  • Govetts Leap Lookout

  • Leura

Start Time

9 am

Finish Time

7 pm


  • Transport
  • Hotel Transfers
  • Friendly Guide
  • Bottled Water
  • Child Safety Chair (if required)
  • Heaps of Fun
  • Parking fees
  • Tolls

Hotel Transfer

Our guide will greet you at the hotel in the morning. Upon return to Sydney, you can choose to be transferred to either hotel or any restaurant within CBD


$799 AUD

for 8 seater Mercedes

(Suitable for 1 to 7 passengers)

$999 AUD

for 12 seater Mercedes

(Suitable for 8 to 11 passengers)

For a group booking of more than 11 people, please contact us for a quote.

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Blue Mountains

Early morning, our guide will greet you at the hotel.

Head northwest from Sydney, Blue Mountains is located 1.5 hours drive from Sydney CBD. Unlike the coastal journeys, Blue Mountains private tour showcases stunning inland scenery with sweeping views of staggering boulders and cascading waterfalls.


Featherdale Wildlife Park

Founded in 1953, Featherdale is one of Sydney’s most popular wildlife parks. The park covers 5 acres, it has more than 2,000 animals over 280 species. Get up close with Australian animals, including: penguins, koalas, kangaroos, peacocks and many more. You will enjoy a rare opportunity to hand feed kangaroos and give a gentle pat on their back. Animal shows are provided through the day, main activities are:

Pelican representation: 10 – 10:15 am

Penguin representation: 10:30 – 10:45 am / 3:30 – 3:45 pm

Crocodile representation: 11:30 – 11:45 am

Echidna representation: 11 – 11:15 am

Dingo representation: 3:15 – 3:30 pm

Admission: $39 per adult / $26 per child (3-15 yrs old)


Echo Point

Echo Point is one of the best places to see Three Sisters. The two-level observation decks provide visitors multiple viewing angels to adore the natural beauty of Jamison Valley and Three Sisters. The hike trails besides the observation decks lead to Honeymoon Bridge, Prince Henry Cliff and Katoomba Falls with equally impressive scenery.

The adjacent visitor centre offers plenty of souvenirs and aboriginal artefacts.


Three Sisters

Three Sisters are the most iconic landmark in Blue Mountains. The three towering sandstone formations, each stands more than 900 meters in height. According to the Aboriginal dream-time legend, “Meehni, Wimlah and Gunnedoo” were three charming ladies from Katoomba tribe, they fell in love with three brothers from the neighbouring Nepean tribe. However the tribal law forbade them from marriage, when the three brothers attempted to capture the young women to wed, a Katoomba tribe witchdoctor turned the three sisters into stones to protect them. Unfortunately the witchdoctor was killed in the battle and hence unable to reverse the spell. Today the majestic Three Sisters are world-class spectacles which attract millions to adore their beauty.


Scenic World

Scenic World provides stunning views over Jamison Valley, Three Sisters and Katoomba Falls. Collectively its Cableway, Skyway and Railway boast of the steepest and largest aerial cableway in the Southern Hemisphere and the world’s steepest incline railway at 52 degrees. Enjoy high-attitude thrilling experience on the Skyway which is suspended 270 metres above the forest. In addition, the 2.4 km Scenic Walkway traverses through verdant bushland located at mid-level, a fantastic spot to discover alluring Australian vegetations.

Scenic World tickets (includes Scenic Railway, Cableway, Scenic Walkway, Scenic Skyway):

Adult $ 55 ($57 – 62 on weekend & public holiday) / Child $ 33 ($35 – 37.20 on weekend & public holiday)


Govetts Leap Lookout

Located in Blackheath, a 20-minute drive from Echo Point, Govetts Leap is one of the most famous lookouts in Australia. It was named after the first European who discovered it, William Govett, an assistant surveyor and painter in 1831. Enjoy spectacular views of the vertiginous cliffs and lush green Grose Valley. Be awed by the dazzling Govetts Leap waterfall, as known as Bridal Veil Falls, cascades down over 180 meters, the waterfall becomes more striking in winter when there is heavier precipitation. Nearby hiking trails lead to Govetts Leap Fall, Horseshoe Falls and Popes Glen.



Also known as “The Jewel in the Mountains Crown” and “The Garden Village”, Leura is a popular town for day tour visitors to Blue Mountains, the town is famed for its beautiful public gardens and numerous eateries with delectable cuisines. It becomes full of life with weekend market complemented by rows of restaurants, cafes, antique shops and galleries. In summer Leura hosts a series of fun festivals and events.


A relaxing stroll from Echo Point is the famous Honeymoon Bridge, it connects to the highest peak of the Three Sisters. Enjoy the unforgettable views of the Three Sisters and mountain air. Amazing birdlife is often seen in the area, such as: Crimson Rosellas, kookaburras and lyrebirds along the track.

Estimated walking time: 20 minutes.

Eaglehawk Lookout presents picturesque views looking back at the Three Sisters and Scenic World. Without any large tourist crowd, this great lookout offers a sense of tranquility and stunning scenery.

Kings Tableland is located next to Wentworth Falls, it overlooks the beautiful eucalyptus forest and soaring cliffs. Named after King George III, it is believed that the rock plateau has been used as an Aboriginal gathering place for thousands of years and is an important part of the indigenous heritage. Experience the magnificent wilderness of Blue Mountains free of large crowds.

Sweet and Personal

Sweet & Personal

A Petite Tour creates fun and memorable travel experience by providing quality tour services! Every trip is bespoke to what you would like to see and do. With flexible itinerary and attention for detail, we want to create happy moments for more families, a trip that is right for everyone!

Local Expertise

Travel Experts

Our guides are friendly and fun, tap into our expansive knowledge about Australia and travel, tailor an unforgettable travel experience. English, Mandarin & Cantonese tour service are available.

Comfort & Convenience

Comfort & Convenience

Travel in comfort and style, Mercedes Benz luxury vehicles , free hotel & airport transfers on full-day tour. Ticket pre-booking to secure your spot in advance, restaurant recommendations and more!

Family Oriented

Inclusive Culture

Organise a holiday for a big group is hard-work, we do our best to help, no overtime surcharge or compulsory tips,  bottled water, child safety chairs/wheelchair, umbrellas and more. You can count on us!